Daisy Copelin is an Early Childhood Educator who has had 6+ years of working in the Early Childhood Education field (2018). Her current home school is Brooklyn Friends School where she serves as an Associate Teacher for the Preschool Fours. In addition, she has worked with a wide range of children from different backgrounds ranging from both general and special needs population as well as children from disadvantaged circumstances. A graduate from Medgar Evers College and has taken an extensive amount of courses in Childhood Education. She is currently a Grad Student at Brooklyn College majoring in Early Childhood Education.
On top of what she does, she is passionate about educating children on “Personal Body Safety”. She believes that there is a NEED for child sexual abuse prevention in schools to combat the alarmingly high rise of sexual abuse. According to statistics 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused by the time they turn 18. She believes that teaching children about safe “Personal Body Safety” will give children the language and the voice they need to speak up if they are currently being abused, have been in times past or if abuse was to take place in the future.
Equipped with her passion for teaching children and her gift of leadership she is using her voice to spread awareness about child abuse prevention and the NEED for it in the classrooms.